In this issue...
  • New Postings on FHOP Website
  • Local Needs Assessment Report Submission
  • FHOP at 2009 MCAH Action Meeting
  • New Online AskCHIS Community Workshops:

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    May 2009



    New Postings on FHOP Website

    The Title V Needs Assessment reference page on the FHOP website has been updated. We posted the following two new items:

    1. Notes from the three April teleconferences on prioritizing needs
    2. An example of Themes and Capacity Needs from the SWOT Analyses of Essential Services

    There is also a new version of the Title V Assessment Guidelines. The previous document contained outdated contact information for FHOP. Please see the correct FHOP e-mail address below.

    FHOP website - Title V Needs Assessment Reference Page

    Local Needs Assessment Report Submission

    A reminder that the deadline for the submission of the local needs assessment for the cycle 2010-2014 is June 30, 2009. Reports must be submitted electronically to the Family Health Outcomes Project at fhop@fcm.ucsf.edu.

    Please submit the completed local Workbook B as an attachment separate from the narrative report. FHOP staff will be reviewing the reports prior to forwarding them to the State.


    FHOP at 2009 MCAH Action Meeting

    FHOP will be at the MCAH Action meeting on the afternoon of May 21st. The title of the presentation is : From Data to Action and it will cover the following topics:

    • Telling your story: creating an effective narration about an identified problem
    • Problem Analysis: An approach to targeting your intervention
    • Presenting Information to Inform Public Policy and Promote Effective Action
    In case you have not received the registration form, please see link below:

    MCAH Action Registration Form

    New Online AskCHIS Community Workshops:
    Learn to use Health Data without Leaving Home

    You no longer have to travel to attend an AskCHIS Community Workshop. The UCLA Center for Health Policy Research's Health DATA Program recently announced the start of a new online version of the training, which teaches health planners, advocates, policymakers and others how to access, interpret and apply data from the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) using the AskCHIS data reporting system.

    The 90-minute introductory training is open to all skill levels - from beginners to those more familiar with data - and requires nothing more than a computer, an Internet connection and a telephone.

    UCLA Center for Health Policy Research
    Other Links of Interest...
  • CA County MCAH Data Pages
  • General Public Health Resources
  • CA County MCAH Data Resources
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